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Outpost Skaro cover Highlander

I’m all over Outpost Skaro like some kind of Time-Rash: Outpost Skaro review Highlander: The Four Horsemen “The writers also do an excellent job… I really enjoyed this… 8/10” Outpost Skaro subject me to… no, not the Mind Probe! “The element of surprise is vital. These are characters about whom the audience think they know everything – showing that they don’t, and making that believable and exciting, was key.” Outpost Skaro subject James Moran to… no, not the Mind Probe! “Of Scott’s, I think the entirety of All the King’s Horses is our jewel in the crown, it’s so surprising, stunning, horrifying and tragic, I love it. That final scene (and final line) give me chills.” Also, while I have your attention, I have created a Facebook page, as I decided I wanted to keep my personal Facebook profile for the kind of inappropriate, ribald and unpublishable ranting that only my close friends and family will...

Stargate Atlantis: Impressions – script extract

This is the pre-titles sequence from my Stargate Atlantis audio play, Impressions, published here by kind permission of Big Finish Productions. More information about Stargate Atlantis: Impressions Order CD or download Stargate Atlantis: Impressions trailer by scottkandrews ACT 1 SCENE 1 Neutral, narrating space. LORNE: Light and shade. The dappled green of forest leaves. The splashes of white foam on dark grey seas. The pools of light that collect like water in the fissures of a rock face. Light and shade, colour and form; that’s how I try to see the world. The boundaries between one thing and another. The distinctions. Anybody who carries a gun in the name of peace needs to be comfortable with shades of grey. I live in no man’s land, surrounded by water and working under fire. Caught between extremes. This is what I try to capture in paint on canvas. It’s like trying to bottle lightning. But it helps. Interior, Lorne’s quarters, Atlantis. A window is open so we can hear both the hum of the city and the distant sound of waves lapping against the pier. Door chime. LORNE: Yes? Door opens. GLENNIE: Good morning, Major. May I come in? LORNE: I’m under arrest, I can hardly stop you, can I. GLENNIE: True enough, but it never hurts to be courteous. He enters, the door closes behind him. Dr David Glennie, pleased to meet you. May I sit? LORNE: [GRUNTS, NON-COMMITTAL] GLENNIE: So these are the famous paintings. They’re… remarkable. LORNE: I’ll take that as a compliment. GLENNIE: Oh, please do. Best I can manage is stick figures. My art teacher at school said I had two left...